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  1. Mosin M44 value?

    General Firearms Discussion
    Believe it’s a Romanian M44 carbine in what research I’ve done. Bore does have some rust. Matching serial numbers. Bayonet. What are these things worth these days?
  2. Mosin Reloading

    Finally chrono some reduced loads. Didn't shoot to bad either, as I was able to shoot a 1.09" group at 50 yards with a 2-7x LER scope. Not real used to the LER scope but like it pretty good. I like this load but its only pushing 1720 fps, so I need to work it up till I'm getting about 2400 fps...
  3. Converting a Mosin Nagant to .45-70

    General Firearms Discussion
    Converting a Mosin Nagant to .45-70 - The Firearm Blog
  4. Favorite Mosin Model?

    Long Guns
    As the title suggests
  5. What has Happened to all the Mosin 91/30s and M44s?

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    Since I have been selling a few rifles over the past several months, have one safe that was about empty; however, it still had 4 rifles taking up space. There are 2 91/30s (one round and one hex) along with a M44. Decided to do a quick internet search on what these things were selling for and...
  6. Finnish Mosin Nagant 1933 Tikka M27

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    New to me Finn M27. About 11,500 of these were made that year so it's a more common year for the M27 which had total production of around 60,000. Mr. Doug's book 'Rifles of the White Death' seems to say only 26,700 M27 were in inventory when Finland surplused the guns...most of the rest lost...
  7. Mosin buying questions

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    Reading the sticky, I was reminded that I need to add one to my collection. There are even a few available locally. Is there a guide of what to look for and how much to pay? Which ones are desired and which are to be avoided? Local rifles seem to be around $200-$300
  8. Mosin nagant video on youtube showing mr dougs book

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
  9. 1935 mosin hex head

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    What can yall tell me about this gun. from what i found out it is a 1935 mosin with hex head and all matching number. Think it was made in the tula factory. think it is soviet. what price would you put on it? I got this in trade does not have the cleaning rod.... bore looks good. shoots good.
  10. Help me identify this Mosin

    Mil-Surp/C&R/Black Powder
    i am totally in the dark on these rifles. What don these markings indicate? Thanks